Category Archives: Atlanta Braves

10 Random Facts I Learned Doing Research on Atlanta Braves’ Outfields

In the process of putting together my article on the best outfields in Atlanta Braves’ history, I came across some interesting information.  These facts did not really fit into the other blog, so I just included them in a post … Continue reading

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The Best Atlanta Braves Outfield?

J Atlanta Braves’ fans are more excited than I can remember in a long time.  With the offseason acquisitions of brothers Justin and B.J. Upton and the presence of Jason Heyward, the Braves believe they have the pieces in place … Continue reading

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Evaluating the Trades of Frank Wren.

As you may have heard by now, the Atlanta Braves traded starter Tommy Hanson to the Los Angeles Angels for Brandon Walden.  If you are like me, you read that last sentence for the first time and let out a … Continue reading

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Ranking the Braves Pitching Staffs 1991-2005

  You never know what you’ve got until it’s gone.  I grew up a Braves fan in the 1990s.  I got to enjoy spending every evening listening to Skip and Pete announce games on TBS, annual playoff runs and most … Continue reading

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An Argument For Instant Replay in Baseball

April 30th, 2012. Michael Bourne, the speedy leadoff hitter for the Atlanta Braves, attempts to steal 2nd base and is called out.  Bourne argues vehemently, causing manager Fredi Gonzalez to come out of the dugout to argue the call and … Continue reading

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Braves Likeablility 2012

No one wants to root for assholes.* Sports fans, in this day and age, are often put into a weird corner.  We dedicate time, money and pieces of our souls to teams which honestly, see us as not much more … Continue reading

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